Tag Archives: Defend

IP Lawsuit Triggers Insurers’ Duty to Defend

A federal court in Pennsylvania has held that Liberty Mutual must defend its insured, Hershey Creamery Company, in an intellectual property infringement lawsuit because the suit raises claims that potentially implicate coverage under the policies’ personal and advertising injury coverages. The … Continue reading

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Defend at your own risk

Have you ever thought that maybe we should just get rid of the 2nd Amendment?  I mean, if we could just get rid of that one pesky amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting regular people access to guns, then there … Continue reading

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How to Defend Against Pedestrian Accident Charges

  San Jose has experienced a rash of pedestrian accidents recently, all of which have citizens and law enforcement officials concerned. Motorists involved in these accidents may claim that the person stepped in front of their vehicle or that they did … Continue reading

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Duty To Defend Insurance Case

Here is a type of case insurance lawyers do not see very often.  It is from the Southern District of Texas, Corpus Christi Division.  It is styled, Lamarr Womack & Associates, L.P.; dba LWA Architects, et al v. Lexington Insurance … Continue reading

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How the Trump Administration Might Defend Its Border Emergency

Amid lawsuits and fierce debate over President Donald J. Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the U.S.–Mexico border, the President quietly renewed a different national emergency declaration concerning Cuba—one that has lasted for over two decades. With that renewal, … Continue reading

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